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How can I return the HTTP Response Code and Message for a web page?

How can I return the HTTP Response Code and Message for a web page?

When a web page loads, a response is passed back to the browser containing a message and a code with regards to the status of the page e.g. 200 OK means the page has loaded successfully. Although SilkTest has no functionality to return this, it can be done with some JavaScript. The following demonstrates this. This is only valid for IE 5 or above.

[-] LIST OF STRING lsLines = {...}
    [ ]  "function GetResponse() "{"
    [ ]  "var http = new ActiveXObject("Microsoft.XMLHTTP");"
    [ ]  "http.open("HEAD", location.href, false);"
    [ ]  "http.send();"
    [ ]  "return http.status+" "+http.statusText"
    [ ]  "};"
    [ ] 
[-] testcase Test() appstate none
    [ ] BrowserPage.ExecScript (lsLines)
    [ ] print(BrowserPage.ExecFunction ("GetResponse"))
    [ ] 

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